Bio

I am one of believers in “change start from an individual and together we can make a better world,” so in this life, I hope I can make an impact by dedicating to social causes. I truly believe that with the right mindset, and the right people, Cambodia will see change. We’ve already made a lot of progress in the last 30 years. It’s only a matter of time before justice comes along.

3 interesting things about me:

1) One month after working with Cambodian Center for Human Rights, the then CCHR’s president, Kem Sokha, got arrested => It gave me much value to experience in advocating for human rights cause. Human Rights Advocate?

2) Three months after blogging, I was invited as facilitator in a Gender Discussion group => it encouraged me to learn more about blog community and activism. Blogher!

3) Blogher? still people call me Mr! 😉 yet, my originality of where I am coming from gave much humor to Japanese kids: they think I am coming from a Pumpkin (Kanbojia vs Kabocha)

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  1. I have heard alot about you from Kounelo. I am so sorry we did not get to meet you while we were in PP. We are back in mid May to continue working on our film. It has changed from the trailer that is now up. Two of the characters have changed. It is all women now. I read you blog and look forward to meeting you. All the best, Lauren

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